Earlier this week, Maxwell Frost, a 25-year old who will likely become the youngest member of congress, won his primary in a democratic district of Florida. Charlie Christ, a former governor of Florida as a republican, also won his democratic primary race for governor.
With a former republican and the next generation in tow, could this be a path toward Florida going blue as well? Last election, Georgia made it clear that enough sections of young voters mixed with more moderate republicans can equal out to a democratic leaning state. Could this be the way to remove extremists from the conversation all together, forcing republicans to bring less extreme candidates to the table without more oversight and reform from congress?